Platelet-rich plasma, platelet-rich fibrin, fibrin glue, and platelet lysate are the most widely used nontransfusional hemocomponents that, as biological and therapeutic aids, enhance the physiological reactions after an injury to facilitate the repair and regeneration processes. Recently, this type of therapy also has significantly expanded in veterinary medicine. Due to many similarities, the animal patient could be a good reference as a study model for humans, especially for chronic and difficult-to-heal injuries. This review discusses the current state of hemocomponent use for topical application in veterinary medicine, with a comparison with human medicine.
|Titolo:||Platelet-rich Plasma and Other Hemocomponents in Veterinary Regenerative Medicine|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
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